THE ORDER OF EXERCISES WAS AS FOLLOWS :
1st. Introductory remarks by the Chairman, J. H. Deveaux.
2d. Funeral Dirge chanted by the choir, which consisted of the best singers se¬
lected from the various choirs of the city, under the management of Prof.
3d. Prayer by Rev. H. L. Simpson, Pastor of the Second Baptist flnurch.
4th. Solo.—"I know that my Redeemer Liveth," by Miss Elizabeth Greenfield,
(celebrated "Black Swan.")
5th. Reading of the Holy Scriptures, by Rev. U. L. Houston, Pastor of First
Bryan Baptist Church.
6th. Solo and Quartette, by Miss Spencer and the choir, " Jesus, Saviour of my
7th. Address by Hon. H. M. Turner, LL.D.
8th. Solo—" Flee as a Bird to the Mountain," by Mrs. R. H. Bourke.
9th. Address by Hon. J. M. Simms.
10th. Adoption of the resolutions.
nth. Doxology by the Choir.
12th. Benediction by Rev. J. S. Atwell, Pastor of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church.